The folding bikes market is valued at USD 0.9 billion in 2021 and is poised to grow at a significant CAGR of 11.3% over 2022–2028. Governments and environmentalists have been deeply concerned about rising global carbon emissions due to fuel burning for the past few decades. This, in turn, increases demand for electric cars worldwide, supporting the market expansion for folding bikes. Additionally, due to improvements in design and performance as well as economic or environmental considerations, the popularity of electric bikes has proliferated on every continent. Due to growing traffic congestion and rising consumer inclination to avoid using cars, increasing urbanization is predicted to present an attractive potential for the growth of the foldable bike industry. E-bikes are more affordable than cars, don’t need a license, and can be used on the existing infrastructure for cyclists. The construction of e-bike infrastructures, such as bicycle lanes, public charging stations, and others, is a priority for the governments of many nations, given customer preference for e-bikes. For instance, as an illustration, Sanyo (Japan) established two solar parking areas in Tokyo where about 100 electric bicycles may be charged using solar energy. Moreover, one of the main elements driving the market’s growth is the increase in traffic and the lengthening of journey times in metropolitan regions. Additionally, governments in many nations are enforcing strict rules and promoting eco-friendly transportation due to an increase in air pollution, which can be attributed to the increased usage of cars that emit carbon emissions. This is supporting the market’s expansion on a global scale. In addition, national governments worldwide are creating specific bike lanes and putting legislation into effect to protect cyclists. Furthermore, the ubiquitous availability of folding bikes through online and physical retailers promotes market expansion. Leading manufacturers are also making significant investments in research and development (R&D) operations to offer higher-quality product versions. Overcrowding in public transportation and rising fuel prices are additional growth-promoting elements.